Release Notes: Freshly (im)ported from ffmpeg, this release finally has native support for Sorenson SVQ3 video. This means that you're finally able to watch the latest Quicktime trailers on any XINE-supported hardware platform, not just on x86. Other goodies in this release include support for Ogg Theora, playback of CDs/DVDs over the network, improved handling of MPEG-2 files (resyncing), and many detail improvements.
Release Notes: Lots and lots of bugfixes, once again: mainly ogg/ogm stream handling-related, but also Quicktime fixes (now all Matrix: Reloaded teasers and trailers play). Video playback smoothness was also enhanced (no more xshm completion events), and performance improvements were made (ffmpeg direct rendering, seeking).
Release Notes: This release comes with many updates and bugfixes, once again. Included are updated versions of ffmpeg and libdvdnav and new features such as support for PNG images, ogm subtitles, osds using freetype fonts, and much-improved DVD handling (including expressive error messages; frontends should update).
Release Notes: The release focus is on important bugfixes (buffer overflows and dvd navigation). MPEG-4 postfiltering is implemented now (ported from ffmpeg/libavcodec), HTTP redirects should work, and xine's volume can be controlled independantly of other applications using the XINE_PARAM_AUDIO_AMP_LEVEL engine parameter.
Release Notes: This release should fix a DVD menu highlighting bug introduced in beta7.
Release Notes: Real media references should be handled correctly now, and many DVD playback related bugfixes were made. There are also new features such as AVI streaming, muted console output (unless enabled using XINE_PARAM_VERBOSE), and dvaudio/experimental rtp support.
Release Notes: This release should fix an ffmpeg aspect ratio bug introduced in the last release and add a few build system and memleak fixes.
Release Notes: While the release focus is mainly on bugfixes there are also a few new features in this release, such as 'Qclp' (Qualcomm PureVoice audio decoing via Quicktime DLL), HuffYUV video decoding via ffmpeg, a vidixfb vo driver for vidix overlay on the Linux framebuffer, and a configurable number of video buffers for performance tuning. This is also the first release which has a working (but of course still highly experimental) video processing interface which will be used in enix.
Release Notes: The 1-beta3 release didn't compile on MMX machines. This release fixes that and adds some other minor updates. Most notably, stream references as found in .asx or .ram file are now supported by the engine, without the need to parse any playlists in the front end.
Release Notes: Beginning with 1-beta3, the 1-beta* releases are considered more stable than the old 0.9.13 release. As usual, there are some bugfixes as well as lots of new features, including support for even more exotic file formats, more visualization plugins, digital CD audio support and external subtitles. (Hint: add "#subtitle:filename.sub to the MRL.)